AVSEdit - AviSynth for the scripting impaired

AVSEdit is the official script editor for AviSynth. It provides an easy interface to write and preview scripts, making AviSynth more accessible to beginners and advanced users alike. If you've always wanted to use AviSynth, but have been intimidated by the lack of a GUI, or if you just want to make scripting a little easier, you should give AVSEdit a try.

This guide was written by vurbal.

Software used in this guide

AviSynth 2.54
AVSEdit 1.0


Start by installing AviSynth. If you decide to change the install location from the default (C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5) make a note of where it is. You'll need this information later to install plugins. Next install AVSEdit. The installer will check to see if your system has Microsoft's .NET 1.1 Framework installed. If it's not already installed you'll see a dialog prompting you to download and install it.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Plugins and familiarization
  3. Your first script
  4. Loading DVD2AVI Projects
  5. Editing
  6. Working with interlaced video
  7. Inverse Telecine
  8. Deinterlacing
  9. Getting more help
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